Isabelle Graeff travels to England after a death in the family. This search for herself leads the German photographer to England. Her personal circumstances intuitively put her in tune with the particular atmosphere in a country on the threshold of the Brexit decision.
Her work is not beholden to a specific genre. Isabelle Graeff’s snapshots seem to draw a portrait of the country. Just as the change of seasons introduces a mood shift, so her visual inventory catalogues an atmosphere that portends an upheaval. Perhaps it is merely subjective impressions that retrospectively make the connection between the photographs and Brexit and give the collection its name.